Photorealistic Portrait of an Asian girl, made in airbrush technique using Holbein acrylic ink, Iwata MC pistol and Fine Art Pencils of Derwent and Faber-Castell Albrecht Dürer Watercolour Pensils on Van Beek canvas board.
From the outside it seems that airbrush is simple: air, paint and water. But despite seeming simplicity, it’s one of the difficult techniques to master. These complexities make this technique unique.
Thanks to a thin layer of paint, it is possible to achieve excellent effects, smooth colour transition, volumetricness, photographic realism, etc. And at this moment you understand that your possibilities are endless. It’s a miracle.